Agriculture secretary denies increase in arrests: ‘There is no intention’

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Agriculture Secretary Juan Jose Bajillo
Agriculture Secretary Juan Jose Bajillo

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After it emerged that the government would seek to reclaim devolved powers for detention management through the 2023 budget, the Agriculture Secretary, Juan Jose Bajillo He denied that the government is going to increase tariffs.

“There is no intention to increase the rate. This is a political decision.” The official representative mentioned this at the presentation held in the Congress within the framework of the 2023 budget. “The political intention is not to raise any rates” Then the Secretary of Agriculture added.

According to Article 96 of the budget project, the government aims to delegate the powers of detention until December 31, 2023. Notably, he lost a vote on this rule last year.

Before Bahillo’s dissertation, Ricardo Burial, The president of the agricultural commission of the lower house requested to remove this article from the budget law.

“Removal or not is part of legislative work; It would be joining a competition that I don’t have,” Bahilo replied after Buriaili’s comment. “If we approve, we will allow the detention to increase,” Before that, he questioned the legislator John Manuel Lopez (DC).

The national official also defended the policy of controlling exports of meat, wheat and corn, which pass through “balanced volumes” that exporters cannot exceed.

Referring to meat, a product where the Foreign Trade Administration has all but seven cuts banned worldwide, Bahillo said: “I do not agree that there is a significant limitation.

He forecast overseas sales to be on track for a “record year” as 2020 and said 920,000 tonnes of beef exports would be exceeded. “Today practically none of the exporters can say that they do not export because they do not have authorization. noted in his presentation.

Regarding wheat, he said: “We have to take care of the domestic market; This is an unavoidable responsibility.”

In addition, regarding corn, he expressed: “We’ve been keeping a close eye on him.” He noted that the harvest was better than the forecast of 59 million tonnes and that would allow for “new registrations”. So far, the government has allowed 36 million tonnes of exports since the last campaign.

Bahillo explained that this product will also “always” take care of other chains that use grain, such as the poultry, pig and livestock sectors.

“The world is asking for food and we are sitting high with quotas, with bans,” the MP told Bajillo. Pablo Torello (Prof). “We are here for dialogue, but with results,” the lawmaker added.

Source: La Nacion

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